HBM

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HBM

(in Britain) abbreviation for
His (or Her) Britannic Majesty

H.B.M.

Her Britannic Majesty; His Britannic Majesty.
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One of the models is the Health Belief Model (HBM) (6, 8, 11).
Third part was for assessing family planning method knowledge and practices and fourth part was for assessing men perception for vasectomy by using Health Belief Model. The tool was validated by two specialists in family planning field and pretested on a small sample.
Guided by the Health Belief Model (10), we investigated whether experiences with prior vaccination might affect the effectiveness of certain communication strategies (Appendix, https://wwwnc.cdc.gov/EID/article/25/4/171408-App1.pdf).
A standard questionnaire was used to collect data according to the Pender's Health Belief Model. The first part of the questionnaire was associated with demographic questions such as age, employment status, education level, family income, type of housing and exercise.
The effect of education based on health belief model (HBM) in decreasing dental plaque index among first grade of middle- school girl students in Hamadan.
African-American women, self-breast examination and Health Belief Model: implications for practice.
Health Belief Model (HBM) is one of the first models proposed to explain the behaviour change toward healthy behaviors.
Champion's health belief model scale includes breast cancer knowledge questions (28 items), screening behavior questions (3 items, do=1 score, and not to do=0 score), and perception questions.
The health belief model (HBM) is the theoretical approach to dengue prevention.
Thus in this article, it is aimed to describe the health beliefs, attitudes and behaviours that are effective in the prevention of lymphedema protection after the breast cancer treatment in the context of Health Belief Model (HBM).
Then she covers the more frequently used health behavior theories: self-efficacy theory, theory of reasoned action and theory of planned behavior, the health belief model, attribution theory, the trans-theoretical model: stages of change, protection motivation theory, social cognition theory, the diffusion of innovation, the social ecological model, social capital theory, and choosing a theory.
The Health Belief Model (HBM) is the most commonly used theory in health education and health promotion to explain change and maintenance of health-related behaviors and as a guiding framework for health behavior interventions [25].
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